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Definition - What does Twitterverse mean?

Twitterverse is social media jargon used to describe the collective number of members of online social media network Twitter. The twitterverse refers to all Twitter users, regardless of their gender, location and overall activity/tweets on Twitter.

The twitterverse is also known as the twitosphere or twittersphere.

Techopedia explains Twitterverse

Twitterverse is a combination of the words "Twitter" and "universe". The term was coined in reference to the term blogosphere, which refers collectively to bloggers. Twitterverse is used by individuals - specifically by tech entrepreneurs, online marketers and tech enthusiast in general - to describe the staggering number of Twitter members and the social activity they produce via Twitter's micro blogs. As of 2012, Twitter has more than 500 million members in its Twitterverse.
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